Ortovox Col Becchei Softshell Jacket - Men's

Ortovox Col Becchei Softshell Jacket - Men's
Ortovox Col Becchei Softshell Jacket - Men's
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Col Becchei Softshell Jacket - Men's by Ortovox
You'll find the Ortovox Men's Col Becchei Softshell Jacket at the crossroads of pinnacle performance and European-infused style. Providing unrestricted mobility and weather-resistant protection, the Col Becchei features a lightweight, stretchy exterior that's extremely windproof, while the merino wool lining not only assures warmth but also wicks moisture to ensure you stay dry during high-output activities--making the Col Becchei ideal for ski touring. Additionally, this jacket is fortified with a DWR treatment that sheds light precipitation, and a slim, articulated fit that ultimately enables a full range of motion. The storm collar and scuba-inspired hood tout a snug fit and are helmet-compatible, so you don't have to compromise warmth for protection or vice versa. Not to mention, should the temperatures begin to heat up, the zippered underarm ventilation enables on-the-go temperature regulation. Wear the Col Becchei as a midlayer in unpredictable and tough conditions, or wear it on its lonesome on warmer spring days.

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